Sunday 3rd December 2023 – Members Only Christmas Competition
It is a NCEC requirement of entry that riders volunteer their time (or another person) for a short
volunteer duty for the event. (Set-up, Gear check, or Pack-up). We will use the program Sign-up for you to
be able to choose the most convenient time for your duty. Any competitor that does not sign up, within 24 hours
of release of the draw, will be allocated a duty at the discretion of the committee.
- Horses can enter a maximum of 2 tests per day and riders can ride a maximum of 3 horses at the competition
- Bridle Numbers: all horses entered at this event MUST have a bridle number. The number must be displayed on both sides of the horse.
- Official Competitive (OC) – Registered EA Competitive Licenced Riders & Horses with a current Dressage license ONLY are able to enter these classes
- Closed Restricted (CR) – Riders must be an NCEC Member to enter these classes. NCEC MEMBERSHIP via Nominate
- New EA 2023 Dressage tests will be used
Helmet tagging – Information flyer
For information re NCEC membership, please see the ‘Membership’ page of this website.
Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
General Information re NCEC events:
To enter any of our closed restricted classes at our events, riders must be a current member of NCEC.
To enter any official classes at our events, riders must be a competitive member of EA. Horses must hold EA registration and have a current dressage license.
NCEC uses NOMINATE for entries to our events. If you are not familiar with using NOMINATE, please call Nominate staff on 07 3118 9555 (9-5 Mon-Fri) or email email@example.com Nominate website is www.nominate.com.au
All current dressage tests can be found at https://www.equestrian.org.au/dressage-rules
NCEC Rider Categories at competitions
Open & Amateur Owner Rider (AOR) – closed restricted classes
Open & Amateur Owner Rider (AOR) – official classes
It is the riders responsibility to enter as an Amateur Owner Rider ( AOR) by ticking the AOR box when entering on Nominate – the default is Open.
For Official classes only – It is the riders responsibility to enter as a Pony by ticking the ‘Pony’ box when entering on Nominate.
It is a requirement of Equestrian NSW that ALL dressage competitors have a bridle number to compete in dressage competitions – this includes EA Official and Closed Restricted classes. The number must be displayed on both sides of the horse.
To obtain a bridle number please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The following information is required in the email: Horse Name, Registration Number (if the horse is EA registered) and Height, Owner and Riders contact details. If you have previously had a Bridle Number for another horse and it is no longer competing you may recycle this, however you will need to advise EANSW of that number in the email.
EANSW do not supply number holders for your bridle. These may be purchased at your local saddlery store.
Volunteers and Rider Participation at events
As seems to be the message from all dressage clubs these days – the NCEC committee cannot run training/comp days without the help of volunteers and rider participation in various small roles – it’s just not possible with a small committee – so, as a condition of entry, we ask that all riders (or a nominated person) who enter NCEC events are available to do some volunteering at the event. We will do our best to make volunteer shifts as short and painless as possible, so that we can all can enjoy the day. Roles include gear check, warm-up arena steward, set up and pull down of arenas.